[Micronet] Drupal theming

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[Micronet] Drupal theming

Quinn Dombrowski
(Apologies for cross-posting!)

Dear all,

A small group of individuals from multiple departments who currently maintain Drupal-based websites are exploring the possibility of having a theme developed that adheres to the Berkeley branding guidelines and accessibility best practices. The theme would be freely available for anyone to use or adapt, but wouldn't be officially supported (other than through informal community-support channels like the Drupal Developers' Circle at the D-Lab). Public Relations currently has HTML and WordPress themes in development that meet these requirements, but for many of us working with Drupal, theming remains a major pain point.

If you currently run a Drupal site, it'd be a huge help if you could take a couple minutes to fill out this survey about theming, and whether you'd use a Berkeley-branded theme if it were available: http://goo.gl/forms/l3rwPQHlfw

Any questions, feel free to stick them in the survey, or email me directly.

Thanks,
Quinn

 
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Re: [Micronet] Drupal theming

Michael Ball
Hello,

I'm not currently looking for a Drupal site but have you seen Open Berkeley?
It's supposed to be a turnkey solution but perhaps they could make the template available?

Michael 

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On Dec 15, 2015, at 1:02 PM, Quinn Dombrowski <[hidden email]> wrote:

(Apologies for cross-posting!)

Dear all,

A small group of individuals from multiple departments who currently maintain Drupal-based websites are exploring the possibility of having a theme developed that adheres to the Berkeley branding guidelines and accessibility best practices. The theme would be freely available for anyone to use or adapt, but wouldn't be officially supported (other than through informal community-support channels like the Drupal Developers' Circle at the D-Lab). Public Relations currently has HTML and WordPress themes in development that meet these requirements, but for many of us working with Drupal, theming remains a major pain point.

If you currently run a Drupal site, it'd be a huge help if you could take a couple minutes to fill out this survey about theming, and whether you'd use a Berkeley-branded theme if it were available: http://goo.gl/forms/l3rwPQHlfw

Any questions, feel free to stick them in the survey, or email me directly.

Thanks,
Quinn

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Re: [Micronet] Drupal theming

Quinn Dombrowski
Hi Michael,

We've been in touch with the IST Drupal team, and the theme for Open Berkeley is very much tied into the rest of the Open Berkeley infrastructure. For those of us running sites that require customization beyond what's possible with Open Berkeley, it's not a solution we can use. (As it happens, some of us are still using the old Open Berkeley theme, which was developed before the new branding guidelines came out and wasn't as tied into the rest of the Open Berkeley infrastructure, but that's not encouraged and we'd like to move away from it.)

~Quinn

On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 1:09 PM, Michael Ball <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

I'm not currently looking for a Drupal site but have you seen Open Berkeley?
It's supposed to be a turnkey solution but perhaps they could make the template available?

Michael 

-- 
Michael Ball
From my iPhone

On Dec 15, 2015, at 1:02 PM, Quinn Dombrowski <[hidden email]> wrote:

(Apologies for cross-posting!)

Dear all,

A small group of individuals from multiple departments who currently maintain Drupal-based websites are exploring the possibility of having a theme developed that adheres to the Berkeley branding guidelines and accessibility best practices. The theme would be freely available for anyone to use or adapt, but wouldn't be officially supported (other than through informal community-support channels like the Drupal Developers' Circle at the D-Lab). Public Relations currently has HTML and WordPress themes in development that meet these requirements, but for many of us working with Drupal, theming remains a major pain point.

If you currently run a Drupal site, it'd be a huge help if you could take a couple minutes to fill out this survey about theming, and whether you'd use a Berkeley-branded theme if it were available: http://goo.gl/forms/l3rwPQHlfw

Any questions, feel free to stick them in the survey, or email me directly.

Thanks,
Quinn

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